Tortured New York Knicks Fan Video is Hilarious and Sad at the Same Time
If you have been following the New York Knicks this season, you are well aware of how poorly they have been playing and how much criticism they have been the subject of. The Knicks did, however, hire the legendary Phil Jackson to be the president of basketball operations for the organization — a move that had Los Angeles Lakers fans green with envy.
However, the Knicks are 12 games under .500 currently and in ninth place in the Eastern Conference, fighting for the final playoff spot with just 10 games remaining in the regular season.
In other words, the Knicks’ chances to make the playoffs are not looking so good right now.
Some Knicks fans are so fed up with the mediocre play of this team for the past, well, decade, or so. New York fans are a tough crowd to please, but they’re even more difficult when you fail to produce championships and postseason success.
Check out this amazing tortured Kicks fan video that captures the true life struggles of Knicks fans on a daily basis:
This video is awesome for a number of reasons. First, it is a re-make of the Sarah McLachlan animal cruelty video with “Angel” playing in the background. She is known for being the spokesperson of the anti-animal cruelty campaign.
Well, this video’s spokesperson was “Sera Maglocklan” — obviously a play off the original video.
Watching this has to make you laugh — unless you’re a Knicks fan, then your true emotions were probably shown throughout the entire clip.
Please, help save a Knicks fan today.
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